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Just 6 ounces of beef has all the protein you need all day.
The word “steak” comes from a derivative of the word “stick” – it used to be “steik” which meant meat on a stick.
You may know that cows have 4 stomachs, which is prettty cool, but they can also detect smells up to six miles away!
You know that red juice in meat? It’s actually not blood. Very little blood remains in muscle tissue of an animal. That red liquid is water mixed a protein called myoglobin.
Beef protein is a complete protein – meaning it has all of the essential amino acids you need to maintain and repair body tissue.
Cows don’t have top teeth in the front of their mouths. Since they’re herbivores they don’t need to chew things up that much. The top of their mouth is a tough pad of skin called a dental pad. They do have molars in the back of their top jaw to help grind food up.
On average, a cow has about 40,000 jaw movements a day. Just chew on that for a while…